Regrettably, stayed only 1 night (in May 2004) at 2-storey Baan Lotus in a bright and airy twin ensuite.
It's a wooden Thai-style house that has been converted into a guesthouse, and is run/owned by an English-speaking Thai lady. She is very helpful and forthcoming if you need information about the area, or if you just want to chat.
The guesthouse is very clean and, as with most Asian homes, you'll need to remove your shoes at the entrance.
It's a fairly quiet place with a few double rooms (about B300 per room) and a 3 bed dormitory (shared bathroom) costing about B150 per bed.
Within the compound, there is a pond and a number of trees. Will invariably be woken up by birds chirping merrily away if you keep the windows open. Windows/doors have screens to prevent insects from getting into the house.
Although the guesthouse has a furnished common balcony, if you're the sort who likes to hang around the common room and socialise with other guests, you may be disappointed.
Unique Quality: - Breakfast served in the morning (local fruits, tea, coffee, or even something bought from the market, if you so desire)
- Towel provided
- Clean bed linen provided
- 1 bar of soap provided
- Hot/cold shower
- Ceiling fan (no air-conditioning)
- Writing desk & chairs (for the double rooms)
- Clothes hangers provided
- Borrow utensils if you have packeted food from the market etc.
Directions: From the railway station, take a ferry across the river. Then, walk up U Thong Rd. Turn left into Naresuan Rd. After Ayutthaya Hotel on the right, turn right into a smaller street. At the end, turn left on to Pa Maphrao Rd. Baan Lotus is on the left.
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Address: 20 Pa-Maphrao Road, Ayutthaya, 13000, Thailand